Press Release - Wednesday 26 October 2016 Cliffe FC awarded £15,000 thanks to Emergency Football Relief Fund grant
Two performances full of positives, but results not what either Cliffe FC side wanted over the weekend. A narrow 2-1 loss on Saturday to Hemingbrough United, and a battling 4-1 defeat at defending champions Wigginton Grasshoppers on Sunday.
Cliffe FC Sunday are through to quarter-final of County Cup, with a dominant 5-0 away win at Brandesburton. http://www.cliffefc.com/2016/cliffe-fc-sunday-vs-brandesburton-a-27th-november-2016/
http://www.cliffefc.com/2016/tockwith-19th-nov-malt-shovel-20th-nov-2016/ Tough weekend for Cliffe FC, but the club keeps going - 5-1 defeat at Tockwith on Saturday, 12-3 defeat at title contenders Malt Shovel on Sunday.
http://www.cliffefc.com/2016/cliffe-fc-2ndxi-vs-civil-service-reserves-a-12th-november-2016/ Only one Cliffe FC fixture went ahead this weekend, Cliffe FC Reserves going down to a 2-0 defeat at Civil Service Reserves.
http://www.cliffefc.com/2016/5th-6th-november-2016/ Cliffe FC's weekend was as follows - First Team bowed out of County Cup with a 6-2 after-extra-time defeat to Hodgsons, Reserves also are out of County Cup with narrow 5-4 defeat to Brandesburton Reserves. Sunday was a league draw between Cliffe FC and Thorpe United, 2-2 the score.
http://www.cliffefc.com/2016/heslington-hounds-29th-30th-oct-2016/ A first league win of the season for Cliffe FC 1stXI, a heavy defeat for Cliffe FC Reserves, and a cup "draw" abandonment for Cliffe FC Sunday - is all marred by a serious injury to Andy Kirkham suffered on Sunday morning.
Cliffe FC are handed three defeats over the weekend, the First Team are beaten 5-0 away at Harrison Signs, but a different story at Oxen Lane, 4-2 defeats for Reserves and Sundays leave both Cliffe sides rueing their missed chances. http://www.cliffefc.com/2016/22nd-23rd-october-2016/
Cliffe FC suffer a tough weekend on the road, first team losing at York St John Uni 5-0, a lack of recognised goalkeeper haunts the Reserves away at York RI in a 10-1 reversal, and an early red-card sees York Nomads score freely against Sunday team in 15-0 drubbing.
Tough weekend for Cliffe FC, after leading 1-0 and 1-1 at half-time, a red card leads to familiar faces running riot at Oxen Lane as title-favourites Thorpe United hand out 10-1 drubbing. Sundays spirited performance isn't enough as Marcia Bishopthorpe win 4-2. Saturday 8th October 2016 York Minster Engineering League - Division One HT: 1-1... Continue Reading →